Intersection has just been installed in Winchester’s George’s Street, marking the ancient and current history of the site. It’s flying buttress references the long demolished church of St. Ruan, while the post and beam architecture of the Casson Block is represented in the crossing steel framework.
Unveiling ceremony for Clln. Pat Quinlan memorial and the Siege of Jadotville in Waterville
A new public sculpture project for Winchester links its 1960s architecture with the medieval Cathedral and the Roman drainage scheme of the River Itchen. Read More
On Monday, 13th June between 7 and 8.30pm we will be unveiling the large bell at Bangor Abbey, Co. Down. Read More
New 4.6m public sculpture for Bangor, Co. Down to commemorate Columbanus Read More
On the 29th June we installed three new public sculptures for Benburb, Camlough and Belfast in the North of Ireland, commissioned as part of the Building Piece through the Arts programme of the Arts Council Northern Ireland Read More
Fabricating an over-life size bronze sculpture of the Belfast painter William Conor (1881-1968) Read More
A new project in progress: Convergence is a two-piece 4m high public sculpture for Benburb, Co. Tyrone in repoussé bronze, based on the water-driven linen beetling mill on the River Blackwater. Read More